On 19 September 1960 the very first day of classes at Laurentian
University the Sudbury Star editorialized about what it called the
greatest experiment ever undertaken in Canadian higher education.
Given the new university s bilingual and tri-cultural mandate, and
religious complexities, the Star predicted there would inevitably
be tensions and setbacks but that with cooperation, goodwill, and
understanding, there would also be major accomplishments. This
study, by five Laurentian members of faculty four historians and
one sociologist explores the many ways in which this
prognostication proved accurate, on both scores, over the next
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